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i felt sorry for this guy and understood his frustration untill i see the video

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6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
i felt sorry for this guy and understood his frustration untill i see the video and how he could of easily run down some one and almosy hit that little girl, i hate it when people block my garage but at the worst i give them verbal but this is terrible not so much the hitting the car which im not condoning but when the car had all the people round and the little girl. he deserves all he got.

video at the bottom of the page in the link in next post
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6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
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#2
Not full story though, the guy had been verbal and written to the council for months but sweet fa was done, Wasn't right what he did but the parents by that school know better than to park there but still do, even when the school gave out letters.
3 Likes #3
He was 100% in the right doing what he did. I heard the story on the radio, it's a pity he got done for it when the stupid mum should have for driving the child to school.
#4
Typical- you try and stick to the rules and no avail. Shame the council decided to penalise the OAP rather than put a traffic warden out for one week to correct the poor behaviour of parents
#5
Fairly harsh way of resolving the issue but I totally understand. On many mornings I gesture my dissatisfaction at women drivers parking/manoeuvring on the school run.
#6
Such **** from the courts. When the authorities don't enforce the law, who else can but yourself?
suspended 1 Like #7
Damn those people walk fast.
#8
we have a psycho lady at kids school. she has white line outside her house....i was waiting for a friend to pull away from her place..so was there indicator on so i could take her place (just after the white line) waited about 1 and half minutes with indicator on for her to move....within 20secs ofwaiitng psycho lady came out to tell me i cant park there.... she went off on one..... too many psycho pensioners out there wit not much else to do. that guy could have just gone ballistic and beeped his horn loads....
1 Like #9
magicbeans
we have a psycho lady at kids school. she has white line outside her house....i was waiting for a friend to pull away from her place..so was there indicator on so i could take her place (just after the white line) waited about 1 and half minutes with indicator on for her to move....within 20secs ofwaiitng psycho lady came out to tell me i cant park there.... she went off on one..... too many psycho pensioners out there wit not much else to do. that guy could have just gone ballistic and beeped his horn loads....


I think it goes further than that to be honest, if it happens once its annoying, if it happens everyday its going to get to be too much. I would hate it if someone parked across the front of my drive every morning. Your case seems a bit different
1 Like #10
A person wants to get out his garage. Other people are parking where they shouldn't. Did the guy parked on the zig zags get done? No, doubt it.

Pathetic, people should learn respect.

Edited By: matt3454 on Nov 18, 2010 02:07: stupid me
#11
matt3454
A person wants to get out his garage. Other people are parking where they shouldn't. Did the guy parked on the zig zags get done? No, doubt it.

Pathetic, people should learn respect.


Nice use of the edit button there!
#12
old fart deserves to be locked up, almost hit that little girl you dont take the law into your own hands like a vigilante especially over something so petty.....if he wanted to make a point why not borrow a friends car and block her in for a day or two and see if she parks there again.
#13
dcx_badass
I agree with the man, as he can no longer push them with his car may I suggest a clamp and or petrol. IF people did that to me everyday I'd have been majorly **** off and probably would have laid spike strips in front of the garage. When we moved into our house for the first year it was by the show house and people used to park across the entrance to our road of 4 houses instead of using the car park 50m away, we told the staff and they rarely told people not to, so we put up signs saying private road do not block access the show house staff said it ruined the image of the place and took them down (once they have your money they don't care). One day we came back and 4 cars were parked across the road to even get to ours, we got out our car and left it there, anyway the people viewing houses couldn't leave and we wouldn't move the car as we couldn't get to our drive to move it there, after an hour we moved it, anyway the customers weren't happy but after that the staff told people not to park there.It is highly irritating when you have to get to somewhere or go home and you can't even get out or near your house because of idiots only thinking about themselves.

I see your willing to take a bit of direct action and disrupt peoples lives, even possible breach of the peace when you want something! (_;)
#14
Fair play to the old fella.....fully support him
banned#15
The guy was right.
The amount of times I see bad parking where picking up kids from schools is concerned.
Just because you've got kids, doesn't give you the right to think you can park virtually on the school gates. There is NO PARKING outside schools for a reason.
#16
That's what winds me up. The zig zag lines are there to remind people NOT to park there. So it's safer for the kids, too many mums just think it's a drop off/pick up bay. If the mum was really concerned about safety she would have escorted the child over the road instead of letting her run off.
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Plum
dcx_badass
I agree with the man, as he can no longer push them with his car may I suggest a clamp and or petrol. IF people did that to me everyday I'd have been majorly **** off and probably would have laid spike strips in front of the garage. When we moved into our house for the first year it was by the show house and people used to park across the entrance to our road of 4 houses instead of using the car park 50m away, we told the staff and they rarely told people not to, so we put up signs saying private road do not block access the show house staff said it ruined the image of the place and took them down (once they have your money they don't care). One day we came back and 4 cars were parked across the road to even get to ours, we got out our car and left it there, anyway the people viewing houses couldn't leave and we wouldn't move the car as we couldn't get to our drive to move it there, after an hour we moved it, anyway the customers weren't happy but after that the staff told people not to park there.It is highly irritating when you have to get to somewhere or go home and you can't even get out or near your house because of idiots only thinking about themselves.


I see your willing to take a bit of direct action and disrupt peoples lives, even possible breach of the peace when you want something! (_;)


Well, his dad is, anyway.
banned#18
good job by the old bloke far to many selfish people who dont give a second thought to anyone else but themselves .. pity the car didnt get towed away instead
#19
Why did the bloke who parked get his small child to stand in front of an idling car with an irate pensioner behind the wheel who he had just seen shunt a car out of the way?
banned#20
Ungreat
Why did the bloke who parked get his small child to stand in front of an idling car with an irate pensioner behind the wheel who he had just seen shunt a car out of the way?


sums up the selfish nature of the bloke who parked infront of the old blokes garage
suspended 2 Likes #21
I bet the owner of the wrongly parked car only lived a few streets away from the school, as per 95% of the parents who drop/pick up their kids in cars.

Edited By: DarkKnight on Nov 18, 2010 12:59
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DarkKnight
I bet the owner of the wrongly parked car only lived a few streets away from the school, as per 95% of the parents who drop/pick up their kids in cars.


We live about three miles away from the school, and I drive the first couple and park well away from the town outside of a closed down and disused pub. We are completely out of the way and no where near anyone's house or workplace. We walk the last bit, works out to be about half a mile when on foot, because we don't have to go through all the one way stuff and fight for a parking spot. I see parents putting their children in cars to get to the same school on the streets near where I park. It's disgraceful. I have a 1 year old and a 2 year old, she gets strapped in her buggy until we get into the park, where (unless it's throwing it down) she can wander about a bit. The two year old can walk all the way there and back without complaining. I've often wondered if we could walk all the way there from home, and we probably will once they are all in the school, but I think six miles is a bit far for the younger two to be walking at the minute. Once we get near to the school the parking situation is frightening. Parents pull right up onto the path, so I can't let my two year old (or evern the four year old) wander off in front of us, for fear he won't be seen and get run over. Some of them park on tight bends completely blocking pedestrian access to the park. It's difficult enough with a single buggy, but if I had a wheelchair, or a double buggy we would not be able to get there. Why do parents lose all sensibility and responsibility when it comes to the school run?

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